Far beyond the reaches is a land that is filled with riches. Of a million sparkling stars on the canvas of skies above all clouds, of gazillion red, blue, green, yellow flags of peace on the grounds, of countless streams and more than a handful of tapestries; what is it that do you find the most appealing of all these? Over the stark snowy peaks, when you ride down the Rohtang La after the hairpin bends and tough roads, this beautiful destination of Kaza-Spiti awaits for you with all patience.
Settled mostly by Buddhist families, this part of the hills is more than for just a usual vacation. The region, mostly a cold desert, is home to Tibetan refugees, Buddhist monks and local mountain shepherds and farmers who probably have took every step of caution to keep their heavens serene and silent forever, which we can say is an excellent to be here.
Unplug yourself from the currents of a hectic schedule, and ride straight down to the village of Kaza in Spiti to explore the culture that propagates patience and peace, smack on amazing dumplings and Thukpa if your heart goes out for delicious food. So if you are looking for Best Backpacker Hostels in Kaza/Spiti then come at Moustache. It is the Best Backpacker and Youth Hostel in Kaza/Spiti. We never went so deep into nature but it’s time we do it now and how? We’re opening our gates to you at Spiti, come, dissolve your spirits with those of Spiti.
The nearest airport to Kaza is the Bhuntar Airport in Kullu. The major airports of the country have flights operational to and from here. You can rent a taxi to reach the final destination. It would take you somewhere between 5 – 8 hours.
Kaza is well-connected by road to the other cities and the adjoining states from, May to November. There are two alternative routes to reach Spiti by road is via Manali and Shimla.
The nearest railway stations to Kaza are Joginder Nagar railway station, and Shimla railway station. To reach the valley, you can rent a taxi or board a bus from there heading towards Spiti.